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the united states has nothing to do with that film, that however has not stopped anti-american protests from spreading across the muslim world. danielle nottingham has more now from washington. >> protesters hurled rocks at police and try to take control of the street leading to the u.s. embassy in cairo. egyptian security forces drove them back with tear gas and build a giant concrete wall to block the route to. protest over an american made film market is long continued to spread through the muslim world. in yemen, security forces fired warning shots and blasted the crowd was water. thousands marched in iraq and indonesia and through the streets of gaza, in egypt violence has flared four days before his promise to protect diplomatic facilities. especially after the attack on the american consulate in libya that killed a u.s. ambassador and three staff members. the remains of those four americans will ride back on american soil this afternoon. hillary clinton heads to andrews airforce base to receive them. the loss of the ambassador has been a very personal blow to clinton, it was her decis
the united states on top of a modified 747. and on friday it will fly above the bay area before making its way to southern california. cate caugurian gives us a preview from a place that had a big role in the shuttle program. >> ames research center i gave us a special view into space with the help of a former astronaut. >> it will go through the atmosphere and slow down on your way to the kennedy space center to land. it is quite a thrilling thing. >> record one of the five cylinders that astronauts use before going into space. the research center work closely with the nasa space shuttle program, developing different types of technologies like to teach field for several space missions. >> we played a good part in making the shuttle happened, that is the most important thing and we're not through yet. i think that we will see humans on mars in the 2013 s. the same technology that we are talking about, new inventions will come. >> helping to train astronauts to get safely out of routes orbit and back on land. we're told that these vertical motion simulators are made to scale and they are as
in the united states. >> and it war of words on the campaign trail, why mitt romney will not apologize for controversial comments that are now going spiral. >> the newsstand of the bay bridge where caltrans and its contractors have its heaviest and most challenging move of this bridge going on right now. i will tell you why weather plays such a key part. >> i'm lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center with lots of sunshine beginning to,,,,,,,, >> on the campaign trail, mitt romney refuses to apologize for his controversial comments about 47 percent of americans who do not pay taxes, he says that shows the difference between him and the president. and as danielle nottingham shows us, that is exactly what mr. obama says all so. >> mitt romney facing a new challenge in critical swing states. the latest poll of likely voters shows president obama leading mitt romney by six points in wisconsin. the president also leads in virginia by four points and is up by one point in colorado. mitt romney in the south today raising cash and looking to contain fallout from a secretly recorded video. o
the united states in the middle east is now in jail. he was arrested yesterday, his face covered, a federal judge in southern california ordered him to jail because he had violated parole terms for a check fraud conviction unrelated to the video. the judge also believes that he is a flight risk. minnesota residents morning the loss of four people after a gunman opened fire at a minneapolis office. it happened yesterday afternoon, a former employee was the shooter and had just recently lost his job at a sign making company. the founder of that company is among those killed, the shooter took his own life. >> a mad dash for cash for the presidential candidates ahead of their first debate. mitt romney is targeting the states of massachusetts and pennsylvania. reports say that he will pull in close to 71 $5 billion at one fund-raiser alone. as for the president, he is expected to raise two and half million dollars at three events. also on the campaign trail, a controversial of the recording of mitt romney is being used against them. >> i do not think that we can get very far with leaders that wr
, this is the 100th year of immune system, it was the first public transportation system in the united states starting in 1912, great foresight by the people and the leadership of san fransisco to establish public transportation here. >> can you give us a quick little jingle before the next beach comes on? space shuttle ♪ >> 7 competitors today and will try to take out the reigning champion of the fortnight annual cable car competition, coming up at 5:00 and 6:00 we had to livermore, wine country, we will be talking about the rain yesterday and if it affected the harvest. >> we hear that you are a judge, what you're looking for in the winter? >> a great wrist. it is all in the rest. >> thank you. an east bay woman is changing the way students see themselves and breaking stereotypes in the process, as kate kelly reports, this week's jefferson award winner is helping make college dreams come true. >> when i walk into a room, the word " scientist " is not close to mind when people see me. >> she is used to surprising people, she has a ph.d. in neuroscience from uc-berkeley, something she could
and he said " well, mother, ... to help the libyan people, and to represent the united states interest in this country ". it is such a waste. >> mcdonald's and stevens were roommates for years at uc- berkeley in the late '70s and he considered stephens a lifelong friend. >> i just know him that a party that his family had for him when he was appointed, to celebrate the appointment. and, just a tremendous man. such a terrible loss. >> mcdonald shared a photograph with us, taken at his home when stephen stopped by for dinner. >> he always had that smile on his face. >> always with a smile on his face, the optimistic leader, that is how latinos his friend. a smile that the world lost today. >> i lost a piece of myself. >> his childhood friend crop across the street from him in davis california. both friends new the ambassador as an international man but one that had a love for his bay area of routes. >> he was really interested in peace and was really interested in cultures. >> we saw him twice per year, typically he always came back to see family and friends. and i felt honored, i feel h
that is going to be a buy and. >> polls show that 50 percent of people in the united states know about meatless mondays and one out of five take part. >> it has great health benefits, it lowers animal fat in your diet. and, it is better for your digestion, introducing more fiber, it is beneficial. >> right now they're kicking this offer exclusively in pleasanton elementary schools and high school cafes. they fully plan to implement a program in october. in pleasanton, cate caugurian, cbs 5. >> this is the second school district to be without means on mondays, the navato unified school district was the first. a new study shows that marijuana use may increase the risk of testicular cancer. researchers at the university of southern california found that men that smoke pot on a regular basis were twice as likely to develop an aggressive form of the disease, us testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men under the age of 45. hewlett-packard cutting an additional 2000 jobs, the computer and printer company had announced cuts of 27,000 positions worldwide but in a regulatory filing today, compa
. easy to deal with no seeds and that is why they're the most popular ones is in the united states. >> and back one more time to the big historic moment that happened right here in the bay area. the space shuttle endeavor farewell fly over. the famous spacecraft made low- level passes over bay area landmarks including the golden gate bridge and moffett field. the shuttle is about to finish its journey in los angeles where it will spend his retirement in a museum. >> we have new video of that shuttle over the hollywood sign. how cool is that? its final trip began florida in wednesday and stopped in houston and made it out to california yesterday and then you can catch all the highlights on eyewitness news tonight at 5:00. right now if you want to check it out, cbs sf .com, lots of pictures on facebook and twitter as well. >> that is a rap for us. the news at noon, have a great weekend.
among our united nations. >> the president also said that the united states will do whatever it takes to stop i ran from developing nuclear weapons to regional we believe that there's time and space to resolve this through diplomacy. but that time is not unlimited. >> republicans are criticizing the president for not holding meetings with foreign leaders vowed he is here. the white house says that the president speaks to heads of state on a regular basis. republican presidential nominee mitt romney delivered his own foreign-policy address across town at the clinton global initiatives. >> if there's one thing we learned in this election season it is that a few words from bill clinton can demand a lot of good. >> mitt romney said that he wants to change the u.s. foreign aid system, requiring countries that take development money to remove trade barriers and allow u.s. investments. >> we will couple need with trade in private investment and partnerships to empower individuals, in courage innovators, and rework entrepeneurs. >> mitt romney said that these reforms could bring stability to
fellow officers, came from all over the state for the service to remember the hero and friend. >> he had the ability to unite people especially with his humor. >> i know that you can hear me, ... i want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for always being there for me. >> he was shot in the head during a traffic stop on 680 in alamo. he was speaking to the driver of the jeep that his partner at all over for unobstructed license plate and when thathat driver se head. he was killed by the other officer and was taken off of life-support the other day and his organs were donated. he is survived by his wife, two sons, his daughters, parents, and five siblings. his name will be etched onto the chp memorial fountain in sacramento. we did also hear from his knees and his son at the ceremony and we'll have more on that coming up later on on cbs 5 news at 5:00 and 6:00, right now live in vaccaville, cbs 5. >> neil armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, was remembered this morning in the nation's capital. the legendary astronauts crew mates attended the memorial service at the national
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